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have come from other means. >>> faa is banning all aircraft except for other equipment in two miles where the two explosions happened yesterday. the no fly zone reaches up to 3,000 feet and the restrictions do not affect flights in logan airport, no word on when the ban will be lifted. and into the ocean he is now describing what he felt. it dragged down the plane and he tried to regain control instead the plane belly flopped under the water and all passengers survived that crash. >>> sometime soon, billions of creepy crawlly things will be swarming the east coast. that is what they sound like if you have not heard of them, cicadas. every year billions emerge from underground to meat. starting from this area to north korea they make a screeching sound by rubbing on their abdomen in hopes of attracting a female. they sound like loud electric transformers. i have been to the midwest. >> time now 4:55, -- >> say that again, billions of them. >> it sounds like a horror flick doesn't it? >> yes. good morning everybody. we will start in the east and we don't have a lot going on. we hope i
. janine de la vega, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> we just learned that american airlines has asked the faa to ground all of its flights until 5:00 p.m. eastern time due to a computer problem. some passengers we understand are stuck on planes. others cannot make reservations. a smokeperson at mineta says one flight to dallas was delayed about an hour. four flights are being held until 2:00 this afternoon at sfo. we've called the oakland airport to check in but have not heard back yet. >>> well, a lot of sunshine here. but still some off-and-on snow in the somewhere nevada. two forecasts here. one in our own backyard has really cold conditions this morning. but now sunny and nice. a little breezy, about 25, 20 miles an hour. 25, napa airport. everything is clearing. last hour within the hour, truckee reported some snow and also in tahoe valley, some snow. the system is holding on along the crest of the sierra. but for the bay area, everything is clear skies. it was cold this morning, though. had some upper 20s and 30s. everything looks good right now. the fog has been pushed out to sea. the
prize money to go back to college. >>> an order from the faa, the problem that has prompted inspections of some of the busiest aircraft models in the air. >> our chief meteorologist bill martin tracking a change of the weather. he's back with the complete bay area forecast. >> up first developing news, the ktvu camera has just arrived at the scene of this house fire. what we learned from firefighters about a woman pulled from inside. we are all reflections of the people who came before us. at new york life, everything we do is to help you keep good going. ♪ [ engine revs ] [ female announcer ] small... [ engine revs ] wicked... ♪ and now... ♪ topless. ♪ the fiat 500 abarth cabrio. ♪ >>> we have developing news from san jose at this hour an elderly woman has died in a three alarm house fire tonight and another person is missing. these are live pictures here from the home on south daniel way located near highway 17 and interstate 280. authorities say firefighters pulled the woman out of the house but unfortunately were not able to save her. another person may still be inside. t
officials on that. back to you. >>> well, the faa is also banning all planes and helicopters except for emergency equipment from flying offer the area where the two explosions happened yesterday in boston. that no-fly zone reaches up to 3,000 feet high. it extends about two miles in every direction on the ground. the restrictions, however, do not affect flights in and out of boston's logan air. now, stay with us again on "mornings on 2" for the very late et on the bombings and the investigation in boston. we'll be tracking. very latest developments on the fbi investigation coming up in a live report from boston in our next hour. >>> 7:37. tragedy hit a san jose family overnight. a 7-year-old girl was killed in a house fire. ktvu's janine de la vega is at the house now and just talked to the little girl's grandmother. janine? >> reporter: yeah, that's right. a person who lives around the corner came up to talk to the grandmother who says she's a very strong woman. she wanted to leave flowers at the door. the family is feeling numb. they can't believe their little girl is gone. firefi
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